Post op revision rhinoplasty
You are still very early on in the healing process and definitely have swelling, as expected. This will slowly subside and you should be able to breathe better in time. I recommend that you continue to follow up with your surgeon.
Rib Graft for Revision Rhinoplasty
From your photo, you can see the deviation of the nose to one side. It it difficult to appreciate if the rib graft is protruding into the airway, but there is clearly an obstruction. It is likely that you may need to be evaluated in person, and may be a rare instance where a surgical intervention would be needed. Exposed cartilage can dry out and resorb.
I would recommend discussing this with your surgeon sooner than later.
Continue to follow up with your surgeon to ensure that you progress as planned.
Best of luck,
Vincent Marin, MD
San Diego Plastic Surgeon
You are very early in the healing process and I would recommend following up closely with your surgeon. They will need to perform regular examinations to ensure that everything is healing correctly. It would be very uncommon for a rib graft to 'slip' entirely into the nasal cavity. GIve it some time and things should improve
Best of luck